Though on the pricey side, this is a great little French restaurant. The ambience is warm, and formal enough for a date night or special event. I've eating here a few times, most recently for a girls' night out, and have been pleased with each meal.
Standouts: the fried oysters, seared scallops, and lamb shank are all FANTASTIC
Good: the calve's liver is done well, but not as amazing as the items listed above
Best desserts: the chocolate mousse is not to sweet, nice and rich. The creme brulee is a good rendition of the classic dessert.
Don't be fooled by the modest exterior--this is a gem of a restaurant, especially for the location.